Steven Pratschner on the CLR Profiler for the .NET Compact Framework

I love tools.  Debuggers, analyzers, performance monitors, profilers, everything.  In version 1 of the .NET Compact Framework, the only available tools where the Visual Studio debugger and the performance counter data file (also known as the app.stats file).  Version 2 added diagnostic logs and in Service Pack 1, the Remote Performance Monitor. Version 3.5’s power…

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[Off-topic] A present to myself

I don’t often go off-topic on this site.  In fact, I probably start each off-topic post with the same basic statement.  Seeing that tomorrow is a national holiday in the United States, today seemed like a good time to take a little break here. Yesterday, I purchased a Zune 8GB device and just have to…

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The Journey of the Lunch Launcher: Part 8 – What did I learn?

Part 1 – The origins of the ‘lunch launcher’ Part 2 – MEDC 2007 Part 3 – Managing the Transport Part 4 – Sending messages Part 4b – The output channel Part 5 – Receiving messages Part 6 – Processing messages Part 7 – The Lunch Manager Now that we have seen the story of…

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Quick Tip: Debugging Smart Device Unit Tests

While browsing MSDN today, I came upon a handy article that I wanted to share.   Titled ‘How to: Debug while Running a Smart Device Unit Test‘, it provides step by step instructions on debugging your test projects. There is one additional step I would like to add to those listed in the article. WARNING: Using…

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The Journey of the Lunch Launcher: Part 7 – The Lunch Manager

Part 1 – The origins of the ‘lunch launcher’ Part 2 – MEDC 2007 Part 3 – Managing the Transport Part 4 – Sending messages Part 4b – The output channel Part 5 – Receiving messages Part 6 – Processing messages The journey is almost at an end.  Today, I am going to talk about…

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